Fences make good neighbors and happy mothers

When we last visited our intrepid country house, I had set (with some help) multiple posts for the fencing support beams. Later last week I put in all the T posts for the fencing. There might be some of you who would remember this:

For those who don’t know, that’s how you pound a steel T post into the ground. It’s a hollow steel tube with handles on it, that you slide over the top of the fence post and then repeatedly slam down onto the post. Did I mention that the ground here is hard clay? Anyways, that was my Thursday. As a side note, I do believe that’s the same post tool that I used as a teenager when my father would point out at the pasture and tell me “David, go fix the fence”. I don’t know if those are happy memories or PTSD.

Friday was spent digging out around a wobbly support beam and reinforcing it with cement, then gravel. Friday night was dinner with a friend, and Saturday was an early morning finishing up the support beams and stringing wire. We’re waiting on the construction around the barn to be completed before we can finish up the fence, but we have enough temporary fencing that my sainted mother can get her horses back into the pasture. Mom needs her horses. Don’t ask. It’s easier that way.

All of this to say that while I’ve been following the news, I haven’t had the energy to really post about it. I do have a few tabs open on my browser right now that I’ve been contemplating, including this Thread Roll right here that gives me a little hope for the future.

The SV40 promoter is found in all the vials and it was in the gene sequence that was provided to the regulators. There is no mistake. The problem was that neither drug company ever pointed it out to the regulators. It’s an unapproved contaminant that doesn’t meet the standards set. So the regulators are off the hook. But if the regulators don’t take action, then they dig themselves into a very deep hole. The law requires the FDA to stop the vaccine.

It seems the “very smart people” who “represent science” might have been too clever by half, and how find themselves holding the shitty end of the stick when it comes to the jabs. Now, while I hold very little hope that the people responsible for the jabs and the jab mandates will swing from a noose as they so clearly deserve, any measure of retribution that we can exact against these satantic bastards is good.

Later today I’ll be working with a local hospice group to honor a Navy veteran. I don’t know why I keep volunteering for jobs like this. It was the same when I did funeral honors. It just seems to me that if I want someone to treat me well as I’m about to shuffle off this mortal coil, I should be doing that for others today. Hopefully there will be enough people around to do it when it’s my turn.